Monday, 16 January 2012

Scientologists in Crowborough and Human Rights Abuses.

"Twelve months later, and being subjected to a course of intensive interrogations, re-indoctrination, sleep deprivation, filthy, heavy and demeaning work details and snubbed by former comrades on a daily basis, she was still there. She saw little hope of an end to the process, no way to escape the regime, and in a black fit of despair, decided to kill herself.

One afternoon, I had just driven back the camp; I saw an ambulance and people in a tizzy and running around. I was told by a white-faced college that Alice had ran out of the RPF indoctrination room, gone to the workshop, found a tin of paint thinner, swallowed it then climbed up on top of the gym roof, a fifteen-foot high structure surrounded by concrete. She jumped."

The above is an example of a tale of Human Rights Violation but can anyone guess where this happened.North Korea,China or some South American country where life is cheap and violent death is commonplace.
No you are all wrong because this occured in Crowborough at the Scientologists Walshes Manor establishment.

Read the rest of the article here to find out about this pseudo penal colony and labour camp in our midst.


Anonymous said...

The associated links refer, accurately, to the concerns of some local councillors in Crowborough in 2006. Was it a coincidence that these same honest men were those subsequently attacked and falsely accused (to the Standards Board)and much villified in the Courier? The Mayor even accepted £10,000 from the Scientologists (for her Charity) and the Council co-opted a leading Scientologist onto the Council!

Captain Swing said...

What became of the ousted councillors?
If anyone knows I would be interested to find out because clearly they know where the "bodies are buried" so to speak.

Anonymous said...

Evening Captain, none of the councillors were "ousted". Michael Murphy moved to Plymouth 1n 2006, Ian McKirgan retired from the Council in 2007 (& moved to Eastbourne), Neil Waller is still on the Council and Paul Scott also retired from the Council after 20 years in 2007 - he always said he would retire at 65 - having seen far too many geriatrics clinging to office!

Captain Swing said...

Thanks for that.

Anonymous said...

They are crazy, i will find out what they are up to at the moment! 15/01/12 0206hrs

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